Newcastle Disease News

News published on February 18, 2013:

Pathogenicity of Newcastle Disease

The Poultry CRC continues to attract exemplary PhD candidates. One of our latest recruits, veterinarian Dr Jemma Bergfeld (based at CSIRO’s Australian Animal Health Laboratory [AAHL]) ...
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Poultry CRC
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News published on October 17, 2007:

Flies could transmit exotic Newcastle disease between poultry

Laboratory testing shows that flies exposed to a food source infected with exotic Newcastle disease (END) can pick up the virus and carry it for several days, perhaps later passing it on to chickens that eat th...
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University of California Brief News
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News published on October 13, 2006:

UK - Newcastle disease confirmed in Scotland

Laboratory results received today have confirmed Newcastle Disease on a poultry holding in East Lothian.The results from Veterinary Laboratories Agency in Weybridge follow investigation of suspect disease at th...
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The Poultry Site
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News published on July 27, 2006:

International - Egg and Poultry Review: Newcastle in Brazil

Brazil reported and outbreak of Newcastle disease on a farm in Rio Grande do Sul at Vale de Real on May 2, 2006. The flock contained 44 susceptible birds with 17 cases including 16 deaths, 23 birds were destroy...
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USDA's Agricultural Marketing Service
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News published on March 1, 2006:

USA - Heat Inactivates Avian Influenza and Newcastle Disease Viruses in Egg Products

Avian influenza (AI) and Newcastle disease (ND) are poultry diseases of great concern to the poultry industry. The viruses that cause these diseases can be killed by heat. But the exact parameters for inactivat...
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USDA Agricultural Research Service
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News published on October 31, 2005:

Int’l - Yemen finds Newcastle disease, no bird flu-officials

Yemen has identified Newcastle disease, common among fowl but harmless to humans, as the cause of chicken deaths which have prompted public fears of a possible bird flu outbreak, officials said on Saturday. ...
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Reuters
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News published on September 2, 2005:

EU - France Is Free Of Newcastle Disease

Restrictions introducted following a case of Newcastle Disease in France earlier this year, have been lifted. On July 19, 2005, the French authorities notified the European Commission and the OIE (World Anim...
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Farming Life
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News published on July 22, 2005:

UK - Statement on Newcastle Disease by Ben Bradshaw

The following is a Ministerial Statement by Ben Bradshaw, the Parliamentary Under Secretary for Environment, Food and Rural Affairs, on the recent Newcastle Disease case: On 11 July 2005, suspicions were rai...
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Defra
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News published on July 21, 2005:

UK - Newcastle Disease: Further Progress

Newcastle Disease was confirmed in pheasants on an estate in Surrey on Friday 15th July. The Government is continuing to take balanced precautionary action to control the disease. The Chief Veterinary Officer, ...
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Defra
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News published on April 28, 2005:

Japan - New Outbreak Of Newcastle Disease

Newcastle Disease has broken out again in Japan. The Japanese authorities have told the OIE (World Animal Health Organisation) that the source of the outbreak is unknown. Control measures introduced include ...
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Farming Life
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